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Jonathan Paul Ruppert, Ronald Craig Fish, Thomas Allan Yap, Ronald Merle Ames: Portable RF ID tag and barcode reader. June 17, 1997: US05640002 (785 worldwide citation)

A portable barcode and RF ID tag reader that gathers information about items to be purchased etc by reading barcodes or RF ID tags. A store host computer gathers information about items to be purchased from the portable barcode/ID Tag readers and then the items are bagged by the customer at the chec ...


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Joel Robert Postman, David Peter Bergen, Ronald Craig Fish: PCMCIA interface card for coupling input devices such as barcode scanning engines to personal digital assistants and palmtop computers. TPS Electronics, Ron Falk & Fish Fish, September 2, 1997: US05664231 (48 worldwide citation)

There is disclosed a variety of PC Card interfaces to interface from many different types of input devices to Personal Digital Assistants or palmtop computers through PCMCIA slots.


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Joon Suk Park, Charles Arnold Lasswell, Paul K Lee, Gregory J Schultz, Ronald Craig Fish: PBX with configurable analog CO line and T1 signalling protocols using packet bus and software switched WAV channels. Intel Corporation, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, April 4, 2006: US07023867 (16 worldwide citation)

A PBX system using an unmodified personal computer as the host server and using expansion slots to couple one or more switch cards to the system bus, and, optionally including a network interface card to couple the PBX system to other client computers running telephony enabled applications to contro ...


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Julia Olincy, Ronald Craig Fish: “I am driving/busy” automatic response system for mobile phones. Ronald C Fish, March 3, 2015: US08971860 (5 worldwide citation)

A cell phone which has been modified by the addition of software which responds to the press of one or more Busy keys by automatically sending a pre-typed text message to the sender of the latest text message just received or automatically answering an incoming call immediately upon pressing the Bus ...


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Julia Olincy Olincy, Ronald Craig Fish: Automatic response option mobile system for responding to incoming texts or calls or both. Ronald Craig Fish, August 4, 2015: US09100809 (3 worldwide citation)

A cell phone with software to provide options to auto-respond to incoming text message or phone calls with a pre-stored text message or audio message. In some embodiments, the auto-response text message can be one selected by the user from among a plurality of pre-stored text messages. In other embo ...


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Julia Olincy, Ronald Craig Fish: Automatic response option mobile system for responding to incoming texts or calls or both. Ronald Craig Fish, June 21, 2016: US09374693 (1 worldwide citation)

A cell phone with software to provide options to auto-respond to incoming text message or phone calls with a pre-stored text message or audio message. In some embodiments, the auto-response text message can be one selected by the user from among a plurality of pre-stored text messages. In other embo ...


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Selim Shlomo Rakib, Ronald Craig Fish: Home network for ordering and delivery of video on demand, telephone and other digital services. Ronald Craig Fish, Ronald Craig Fish A Law Corporation, September 2, 2004: US20040172658-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A gateway for coupling a local area network coupled to a plurality of peripheral devices at a customer premises to one or more external networks that deliver analog signals bearing analog video such as regularly scheduled CATV, terrestial or satellite C-band broadcasts, or modulated with digital vid ...


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Ronald Craig Fish: Carbon fiber composite body, multi-fuel engine charging system, electrically driven car. Ronald Craig Fish A Law Corporation, November 18, 2010: US20100288569-A1

A very light, very small (½ lane width) carbon fiber composite hull, single passenger (or two passenger in tandem F18 cockpit style) Formula-One-form-factor, flex-fuel, plug-in hybrid with swappable battery packs. The battery pack not being used will be charged by a home charging station that uses s ...